With modern underground subway transportation, a vast fleet of city buses and taxis patrolling the streets, Valencia's transportation options make it one of the most accessible cities in Spain.
Travel time from Valencia Airport (also known as Manises Airport) to the city is approximately 15 minutes via bus, underground and taxi. Valencia is also accessible via train from Barcelone and Madrid
Visitors can easily travel around the city through its integrated system of buses, subway and taxis. If you are visiting for a short period of time, public transport could be the most convenient tool for seeing the city.
Valencia has pleasant temperatures and almost 300 days of sun annually due to its close proximity to the Mediterranean.
The average temperature in July is 30°C.
The currency used in Valencia is the Euro (€).
Valencia is a bilingual city: Valencian and Spanish are the two official languages.
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